Samantha 2836 Posted September 17, 2013 Share Posted September 17, 2013 If it hadn't been swapped by Pulitzer in the 1980s, Hearst would own it now - although I don't know how much they would want it being a distant third place station (and Sinclair would have had WYFF and WXII as well, in both cases would be triopolies, which would make WSPA and WFMY really excited since they would probably be dominant stations instead of in close competition). Hearst probably couldn't have owned WCVB and WLNE together under the old laws. Also, mrtraveler01, perhaps you'll get the site names dead-on like I did that one time! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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